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reduction

in the Scots law of civil remedies, the remedy to have a writing annulled. In lower courts it can only be done OPE EXCEPTIONIS, by way of defence.
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However, it is worth noting that while, some surgeons initially adopt the open reduction approach as the treatment modality especially for type III, some others believe that this approach should be applied only if the closed reduction method was failed.
2-3,5-9) Simmen reported that the failure rate seen with closed reduction techniques is significant, and he advocated open methods in the belief that they produce better results.
To conclude, when treating a case of isolated anteromedial dislocation of the radial head, we must take into account that there maybe a lateral transposition of the biceps tendon which prevents the closed reduction.
Closed reduction may be performed, but surgical management is typically needed if an acetabular/femoral head fracture is present.
In comminuted fractures of the distal radius, there is a high risk of mal-union when treated with traditional method of closed reduction and casting.
He noted that closed reduction and percutaneous pinnings are difficult on a small elbow with loose pieces of bone.
Conservative: By closed reduction under general anaesthesia or sedation and below elbow POP slab followed by conversion to below elbow cast one week later.
sup][7],[8],[9],[10],[11] Although closed reduction and internal fixation have minimal invasion and short operation time, [sup][12] it can develop those complications that result from bad reduction and fixation.
Conclusion: Closed reduction under image intensifier and percutaneous K wiring through medial and lateral approach in selected Gartland Type II and III fractures in children is a safe procedure and provides adequate stabilization with satisfactory results.
3-6 The preliminary gradual abduction traction before a major surgical intervention or closed reduction has been advocated by some investigators without subsequent convincing evidence.
Closed reduction for simple nasal bone fracture generally produces acceptable cosmetic results.